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Culture During Lockdown: Eight Ways to Go Out While Staying In
01. 06. 2020 | Emily Patel

Due to certain recent events, going out and engaging in...

Virgin Media to Disappear from High Streets
28. 05. 2020 | Lauren Smith

The Virgin Media brand will vanish from the high street,...

Sky Hints at June Launch of Ultrafast FTTP
20. 05. 2020 | Lauren Smith

Sky could launch its long-teased ultrafast full-fibre broadband plans as...

Openreach Resumes Some Home Broadband Installations
19. 05. 2020 | Lauren Smith

Openreach engineers are beginning a “phased return” to home visits,...

Watchdog Bans Sky Advert Which Claimed “Lowest-Priced” Broadband
14. 05. 2020 | Lauren Smith

The Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) has banned a TV advert...

Average UK Broadband Speed Hits 64Mbps
13. 05. 2020 | Lauren Smith

The average broadband speeds Britons are receiving from major ISPs...

O2 and Virgin Discussing Merger
04. 05. 2020 | Lauren Smith

Mobile network O2 is in talks to merge with Virgin...

Ministers Urged to Switch Investment from Road-Building to Broadband
23. 04. 2020 | Harry Pererra

The climate change adviser to the UK government is calling...

Alt Networks Insist Rollout of Full Fibre Must Continue During Lockdown
23. 04. 2020 | Lauren Smith

The Independent Networks Co-operative Association (INCA) has said the delivery...

Government to Give Disadvantaged Students Free 4G Routers and Laptops
21. 04. 2020 | Lauren Smith

The government will provide 4G mobile broadband routers and laptops...

Alternative Full Fibre ISPs Expanded Coverage by 50% in 2019
09. 04. 2020 | Lauren Smith

Independent full-fibre broadband networks expanded their coverage by 50% in...

Automatic Compensation for Broadband Faults Paused
06. 04. 2020 | Lauren Smith

Broadband and landline customers won’t receive automatic compensation for internet...